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corederoma82
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Camera info

Post by corederoma82 » Wednesday 08 August 2018 17:46

Hi,
I read many topics but I don't understood if it's possible switch on and switch off the camera with Domoticz.

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Re: Camera info

Post by felix63 » Wednesday 08 August 2018 18:08

It depends - but probably not. :?:

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Re: Camera info

Post by corederoma82 » Friday 10 August 2018 17:11

felix63 wrote:
Wednesday 08 August 2018 18:08
It depends - but probably not. :?:
it depends from.....? :)
My idea was this.....when I go out from home, camera switch on automatically.
Is it not possible?

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Re: Camera info

Post by felix63 » Saturday 11 August 2018 16:25

Hi,

It depends on what you mean by 'switching the camera on'. You can connect the camera to a domoticz controlled socket so enabling you to turn the camera on/off by switch the power supply. I have a setup in which I switch on the motion detection of a Foscam camera if no-one is at home by making a http call to the camera. That will require some scripting provided your camera allows for it. So the options here will depend on the make and model of your camera.

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Re: Camera info

Post by miajacob098 » Tuesday 13 November 2018 8:49

felix63 wrote:
Saturday 11 August 2018 16:25
Hi,

It depends on what you mean by 'switching the camera on'. You can connect the camera to a domoticz controlled socket so enabling you to turn the camera on/off by switch the power supply. I have a setup in which I switch on the motion detection of a Foscam camera if no-one is at home by making a http call to the camera. That will require some scripting provided your camera allows for it. So the options here will depend on the make and model of your camera.

Cheers!
Agree with you

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